Degree Programmes

We offer full-time undergraduate degrees in four pillars (or specialisations). These pillars are developed to offer a modern engineering and architecture education that crosses traditional disciplines.

Prepares you for the future needs of architecture in a digital era – ecological urban architecture, leveraging on big data to design smart cities, advanced design computation, digital fabrication and more.

Bachelor of Science (Architecture and Sustainable Design) – 8 terms
Master of Architecture – 10 terms

Pillar Talk
Auditorium, Building 2, Level 1
11.30am to 12.00pm / 3.00pm to 3.30pm

Design Workshop 
Campus Centre, Level 2
1.00pm to 2.00pm and 5.00pm to 6.00pm

Prepares you for leadership in the conception, design, implementation and operation of innovative technology-intensive products.


  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Robotics
  • Healthcare Engineering Design
  • Computer Engineering
  • Self-directed Track

Bachelor of Engineering (Engineering Product Development) – 8 terms

Pillar Talk
Auditorium, Building 2, Level 1
1.00pm to 1.30pm / 5.00pm to 5.30pm

Design Workshop 
Think Tank 16, Building 2, Level 2
11.30am to 12.30pm and 3.00pm to 4.00pm

Prepares you for the design, analysis, optimisation and management of large-scale complex systems.


  • Business Analytics
  • Financial Services
  • Operations Research
  • Supply Chain and Logistics
  • Urban Infrastructure Systems

Bachelor of Engineering (Engineering Systems and Design) – 8 terms

Pillar Talk
Auditorium, Building 2, Level 1
1.30pm to 2.00pm / 5.30pm to 6.00pm

Design Workshop 
Think Tank 17, Building 2, Level 2
11.30am to 12.30pm and 3.00pm to 4.00pm

Prepares you for the design of software as well as integrated software/hardware systems that interact with humans and machines.


  • Data Analytics
  • Financial Technology
  • Computer Engineering
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Security
  • Custom Track

Bachelor of Engineering (Information Systems Technology and Design) – 8 terms

Pillar Talk
Auditorium, Building 2, Level 1
12.00pm to 12.30pm and 3.30pm to 4.00pm

Design Workshop 
Think Tank 18, Building 2, Level 2
1.00pm to 2.00pm and 5.00pm to 6.00pm

Minors offer you more choices and flexibility in pursuing your broader interests. At SUTD, everyone has the option of taking a minor, equipping you with additional knowledge beyond your pillar.

Minor in

  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • Design Innovation, Ventures and Entrepreneurship (DIVE)
  • Engineering Product (EP)
  • Engineering Systems (ES)
  • Information Systems (IS)
  • Digital Humanities (DH)
  • Design, Technology and Society (DTS)

We have a suite of special programmes designed to provide you with different opportunities.  Want a degree in engineering and another in management? Want to obtain both a bachelor and Masters degrees? Want to be both an engineer and a medical doctor? Enrol in one of our special programmes and fulfil your dreams.

A premier programme for bright students to pursue a research-oriented pathway, SHARP will nurture future researchers capable of developing breakthrough technologies to create a better world in the areas of Artificial Intelligence, Aviation, Cities, Healthcare and more. On top of SUTD scholarships, you will also be awarded a $15,000 research grant to pursue research under faculty mentorship, present your work in overseas conferences and be exposed to world-class research institutions and eminent scientists.

Upon graduating with a Bachelor of Engineering (or) Science degree, you will have direct admission to Doctor of Philosophy and other research-based graduate programmes at SUTD.

STEP aims to nurture technically grounded entrepreneurial leaders and innovators with a global perspective. This is delivered through experiential learning at SUTD and a one-year entrepreneurship and innovation immersion programme in the U.S. and China.

The premier 4.5-year integrated programme culminates in a Bachelor of Engineering (or) Science and a Master of Science in Technology Entrepreneurship degree.

This track aims to nurture future clinician innovators who are adept at both practising medicine and harnessing technological advancements across disciplines to impact healthcare.

You will graduate with a Bachelor of Engineering (or) Science degree at SUTD, followed by a Doctor of Medicine degree at Duke-NUS Medical School.

Synergising SUTD’s strength in technology and design and SMU’s expertise in business management, the SUTD-SMU DDP is an unprecedented and prestigious programme that brings you the best of both worlds.

Graduate with two Bachelor degrees in 4.5 years – an SUTD Engineering degree and an SMU Business Management degree.

Note: Recruitment for Class 2020 (final batch) will be limited to female students only.

The SUTD-SP Special Programme (S3P) is a special arrangement between the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) and Singapore Polytechnic (SP) to offer outstanding students admitted to selected diploma courses in SP a longitudinal immersion and preparatory programme for their undergraduate studies at SUTD while in SP.

Special Programmes
Auditorium, Building 2, Level 1
4.30pm – 5.00pm


”My most memorable project at SUTD was taking “Introduction to design” with the pioneer batch in 2013 when I was still at Singapore Polytechnic. I will not forget the passion and drive that everyone had. We designed a science exhibition for Singapore Science Centre and I really enjoyed the open ended nature of the project where we were able to do almost anything we wanted. With the guidance of our faculty and Fabrication Lab staff, we were able to fabricate almost anything we could imagine. Through this experience, I was introduced to SUTD. Its unique curriculum and the hands-on learning environment attracted me to eventually apply to SUTD.”

“Amsterdam is known for their ‘Blue City’ model where they achieved zero nett energy from all its sectors. The integration between work and life is something that I apply to my current work. But this global exposure is not just for postgraduates. For example, during my freshmore year, we tackled the lack of access to clean water in developing countries, something that most Singaporeans have never experienced.”

“SUTD gave us industry exposure through real-life projects that we worked on. For example, in my first year I worked on a project with Changi Airport Group (CAG) on enhancing the taxi boarding efficiency.  This gave us a good opportunity to apply what we were learning during that term on a real life problem. Another experience that was useful in preparing  me for the working world was my capstone project where we worked in a multidisciplinary team on a project for a pharmaceutical company. Focusing on our areas of strength, we did an analysis of their syringes to make them more cost effective, which is crucial for developing markets.

“The internship experience was fantastic. BP gave us a lot of opportunities to learn on the job through job shadowing, lunch and learn sessions and even external field trips. I picked up a lot about trading in the oil and gas industry and was able to improve my coding ability. As I often had to work on multiple projects at once, I learnt how to manage time and expectations well, and how to work smart.”

”I have always wanted to learn more about industrial controls while I am in SUTD. The project-based education here made me very curious about how industrial settings would change the way we do projects. As such, I feel that the most valuable lesson that I have learnt from internship is the industrial perspective of looking at problems. One example would be the importance of standard code of practise. The control industry is ruled with standards and codes of practise which helps make multi-party cooperation possible.”

”Being part of Keysight’s Product Security team, I worked on turning innovative ideas into robust software, solving complex design and implementation problems. In my project, I designed a vulnerability research and analysis tool to assess project design risks using publicly available databases. In this process, I investigated new technologies and applications, and applied modern software engineering practices to ensure secure development methodology and mechanisms for Keysight products.”
Shaun Phua Engineering Product Development (EPD) Junior
Jezamine ChuaArchitecture and Sustainable Design (ASD) 2016, Masters of Architecture 2017
Delphine AngEngineering Systems and Design (ESD) 2015
Ryann Sim Wei JianIntern at BP, Engineering Systems and Design (ESD) 2019
Leong Hei KernIntern at Public Utilities Board (PUB), Engineering Product Development (EPD) 2019
Tracy YeeIntern at Keysight Technologies, Information Systems Technology and Design (ISTD) 2019